Do you write integration tests in go?

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  • testcontainers-go

    Testcontainers for Go is a Go package that makes it simple to create and clean up container-based dependencies for automated integration/smoke tests. The clean, easy-to-use API enables developers to programmatically define containers that should be run as part of a test and clean up those resources when the test is done.

  • dockertest

    Write better integration tests! Dockertest helps you boot up ephermal docker images for your Go tests with minimal work.

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  • venom

    🐍 Manage and run your integration tests with efficiency - Venom run executors (script, HTTP Request, web, imap, etc... ) and assertions (by ovh)

    We incorporated [Venom](https://github.com/ovh/venom) into our workflow. It's great for initiating and managing a suite of yaml based tests. It didn't work out of the box for us due to the heavily asynchronous nature of our system, but after a few additions, it has helped my team greatly. We were often afraid to make large changes to critical pieces of the system since a full regression test could take a week or so to check everything. Now it takes an hour.

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